Man Crates: A Great Gift Idea For Dad

Man Crates Personal Barware Review

Father’s Day is ten days away. Ten days.

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about Father’s Day and how best to honor the special men in my own life. My husband has always been relatively easy to shop for but I feel like the gifts I give him have become somewhat redundant over the years. It’s usually the same old song and dance: Workout gear, snacks, the occasional wallet, belt, messenger bag, or dress clothes. My dad, on the other end of the gift giving spectrum, has always been difficult to shop for (read my post from November on gift giving for the hard to shop for) but sometimes even the most sentimental of gifts lack that “wow” factor. So I’ve been searching high and low, near and far, for some of the best gifts for this year and I want to share one of those with you today.

Man Crates

Man Crates prides themselves on delivering quality gifts for men. And they do not disappoint, take a look at their manifesto:

We say ‘no’ to ugly neckties, aftershave and executive trinkets. We don’t save wrapping paper, we don’t do ribbons.

We ship brag worthy gifts for guys. Gifts that you can’t wait to arrive because you know the recipient will love opening them.

Gifts that people gather round at the office, people following the sounds of wood being torn from wood by the included, laser-engraved crowbar.

We are Man Crates, and we deliver awesome gifts for men.

Man Crates Personalized Barware Review

Man Crates offers a variety of different options from their Zombie Apocalypse Survival and Grill Master crates to those that cater to the golf enthusiast in your life. I firmly believe that Man Crates has something unique and enjoyable for just about any man in your life. They’re at the top of my short (very short) list for great gifts for dads this year. Today I’ll be featuring The Personalized Barware Crate, which is perfect for the beer lover in your life.

Man Crates Gift Review

Included in the personalized bar ware crate are four pint glasses, a flask, coasters, and some great snacks (peanuts, corn nuts, pretzels, beer nuts, and pistachios). Sorry, guys, the Boulevard 80 Acre is not included. 

Each gift package is packed into a wooden crate and includes a “Man Crates” metal crowbar. The crowbar, along with brute force, is a necessary tool in getting your Man Crate open. Warning: This gift is not for the feint of heart.

Man Crates Barware Review

My absolute favorite thing about the bar ware crate is the ridiculously awesome coasters that have a, get this, bottle opener at the bottom. I don’t know about you but, in our household, our bottle opener likes to play an involuntary game of hide and seek with us every time we need it. Maybe it’s the universe’s way of telling us that we don’t need to drink. The idea of combining a coaster (which most men I know don’t ever think to grab on their own) with a bottle opener is absolutely genius.

Man Crates

The bottom line is this, folks: Man Crates is an incredible company that delivers fantastic gifts to that special guy in your life. It’s already packaged and you know he’ll enjoy it. Crates start at just $24.99 so they’re definitely an affordable gift option for that special husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, or mail man in your life. For more information, visit the Man Crates Website. Man Crates is always open to new ideas so if you’ve got an idea for a crate you’d like to see, tell them here.

Disclaimer: I received the Personalized Barware Man Crate free of charge in exchange for my review. I am under no obligation to write a positive review and all expressed opinions are uniquely my own.

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